Good afternoon and TGIF!!!!I'm a bit out of my comfort zone here in terms of event planning and thinking of how to report all the 'things'........We have event types in our system, but can roll those up in to a group category. We have not used it before, butI'm leaning in that direction. Historically we have reported on the # of events attended by an alum and a type(regional, on campus, reunion, etc.). That also allows us to look at the number of events by type - yup easy stuff.As we move to a more robust alumni engagement model, we are wanting to be more forward thinking in how westructure this so that we can roll up and drill down as needed without making it too complicated. I'd be very interestedin how others have re-thought this as a data-informed model that Alumni Engagement can use to create strategiesand programming around to meet alumni where they are at.My thoughts and our discussions have centered on what the learning outcome is for an event. Is it DEI, student engagement,reunion, lifelong learning. Mode of the event is not as important right now as we all know. However, that lends itself toan event being more than one 'thing'. It could be Lifelong Learning, and be a regional event (the Indianapolis panel on theState of the Indiana Pacers Head Coach Position). Again, don't want to over complicate, but I'm leaning toward a hierarchy of sortslike a campaign (the overall bucket, followed by the details).Appreciate different perspectives and thoughts on this. Have a great weekend!!!